A three-year postdoctoral position in Funded Project on Social Memory, WWU Muenster, Germany

The Social Cognition Group at WWU Münster, Germany, is seeking to fill the position of a Postdoctoral Research Associate (Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in, 100%, salary level TV-L E 13) starting on the 1st of November 2022, or at the earliest possible date. We are offering full-time employment for 3 years. Salary level is TV-L 13 for German state university employees.

The successful applicant will work in Gerald Echterhoff’s research project “When Interpersonal communi¬cation affects communicators’ memory: The role of communicators’ own judgments in shared reality with the audience” (DFG EC 317/10-2) in the DFG Research Group "Constructing Scenarios of the Past: A New Framework in Episodic Memory" (FOR2812, Speaker: Sen Cheng, Ruhr-University Bochum). The position is geared towards a postdoc with high scientific curiosity, and a strong motivation to advance research, commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration in the Research Group. For detail see the link.

Application deadline: 7 September, or later, until filled

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